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November-27-12
I just heard the news about Kenny's passing. Wow! What a shock! Ken and I spent several years hanging out together with our whole group of friends through the 60's and 70's. He supported my band Pandemonium and followed us to so many concerts. I remember full days of throwing frizbee on Toronto Island, just a bunch of care free freaks back then. I must admit Ken had the biggest and softest heart of all of us, so sincere, so genuine. I pray that God is being good to you today Kenny. Thanks for the great times together. You made my youth a little more special than it would have been without you.
November-25-12
I was very sad to hear of Ken's passing. Although it has been 10 years since I left Toronto, I remember him well as a friend and colleague from the old City of York. Those were good days. Rest well, Ken.
My sincere condolences to his family.
November-23-12
The day after Kenny's funeral, I have little doubt we are still reeling from the shock of his passing. Since there were several people, near and far, not able to make it to the funeral I wanted to express how fitting a service it was. He would have been so touched to see so many grown men crying! I was a part of 'the lonely hearts' female fan club at the back. One friend said she was trying to express the loss to her husband but 'he just didn't get it'. Ken always did. We all felt that we were special in his life...but that was Ken's greatest gift...making EVERYONE feel special. I spoke with Ken's neighbour Rob who was with him at the time of his passing. I was comforted to know that he did not know his end was near, nor was in significant pain very long. Way, way too soon but so happy that Ken had a relatively peaceful death and that he had good friends with him. The eulogies to Ken were poignant and captured his essence fully. He is smiling ear to ear knowing that there is a golf trophy in his name. Ken and I practiced yoga. He embraced the practice decades before it became the trend that it is today. Some of his most cherished moments were spent on Laguana Beach in yoga practice. He would often, out of the blue, send me a 'Namaste' text. Namaste has many meanings, but the one that we together decided upon was "may the light in you warm and inspire the light in me". Namaste Ken. Your light will warm and inspire me always. Love Deb.
November-23-12
Ken was a dear friend. Happy we had time together in Vancouver.You were always searching for answers and helping others do the same. Say hi to Ben Hogan Ken..he's been waiting for you.
November-22-12
OMG. We trained at the gym together and lived around the corner from each other. Separated by seconds, and now forever. I'm deeply saddened. Ken loved hearing about our youngest son and his GTHL hockey. Three gym friends: Loretta/Ken/Steven We will miss you Ken. My sincere condolences to family & friends. "California Dreaming" Ken. Steven
November-22-12
We have lost a dear, dear friend Kenny D. I loved how Ken would always have a song to sing ... and a smile on his face. All your West coast friends are going to miss you buddy. Forever in our hearts,
Dyan Des and Alex Delaney
Horseshoe Bay, BC
November-22-12
Ken, you may be gone, but you will be forever in our hearts!Two thoughts come to mind when I think of you,one was your unique and frequent laugh, and also your kindness. You exuded a warmth that made everyone feel special, and were such a great conversationalist, but an even better listener!I will miss our metaphysical chats, and your visits out to Vancouver, as many of your friends here will.I know that you are having an amazing experience and that we will continue to feel your loving presence. I am sorry for you family's loss. Kathy Holme
November-22-12
Ken will be remembered as a wonderful teammate on the original Etobicoke Indians baseball team. Ken was a great competitor. He was a true friend with a strong passion for life and friends. He always carried a positive attitude and had a great sense of humour. He will be missed.
My condolences to his family.
November-22-12
To the entire Dickin family & friends of Kenny, heartfelt sympathies go out to all. It's not presently evident, but perhaps with time there'll be something to gain from this sudden & tragic loss. For now, it clearly hurts to lose an old friend. I'll miss you "Hawk". We'll catch up later.

(Please note: Coincidently, the day after Ken passed, CBC Radio's "Ontario Today" program touched on two aspects of death & dying. "Understanding Death" and "Proof of Heaven?" present much food for thought. Give a listen. If nothing else, it's timely as we reflect on life shared with Ken. Here are the links to the radio pgm site:

http://www.cbc.ca/ontariotoday/2012/11/19/next-week-understanding-death/

http://www.cbc.ca/ontariotoday/2012/11/20/proof-of-heaven/ )
November-21-12
I was shocked to hear about the passing of my dear friend Ken. Ken and I always shared good conversations and lots of laughter. He was always there for me when I needed him especially after my surgery. He never hesitated to call me and ask me out for coffee to brighten my day. I will never forget his sunny smile and sparkling blue eyes. I will miss you so much Ken, you were a wonderful and caring friend. Love always, Lucy

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